PUBG Mobile Season 10 ended, and players wait now for the upcoming 0.16.5 version. The upgrade will bring a full new Season 11 and a Royale Pass. Also, players will get a new TDM, that will realize entry in the game.
Developers have also indicated that other new features will be introduced as the beta testing of PUBG Mobile 0.16.5 has started. Players can enjoy the Season 10 until the 9th of January. The 0.16.5 version will be launched on January 10. For the upcoming beta testing version, we can install it and experience all the stuff by following the next steps.
Before starting the installation process, you will require the update file which can be downloaded from the internet, for both iOS and Android. Then you download the PUBG Mobile data file and go to the download folder.
How to Get PUBG Mobile 0.16.5 Beta Update
Access the downloaded file, allow installation of unknown sources by accessing the Settings, Safety, Privacy, and then choose Install apps from Unknown Sources. The installation will be over in about 5-10 minutes. After it, open the PUBG Mobile beta app and choose to Sign In utilizing the Guest account. Now, you should enjoy a beta tester of the PUBG Mobile 0.16.5 variant.
After January 9, the Royale Pass segment will become locked, but only for a few days. Also, the PUBG Mobile servers will be stopped for some maintenance reasons. After such actions, we can download the latest update from the Google Play Store.
Looking back at Season 10, we enjoyed some pretty nice features. We got new skins, weapons, vehicles, and a new map. All of these enhanced our game experience very much. Also, we got to meet a new character, dubbed Sara. She brought a lot of costumes, catchphrases, new emotes, and challenges, as well,
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